Alain Poupart: Camarillo has been solid, which is what he has been ever since the Dolphins picked him up from the Chargers last September. He surprised a lot of people by winning the starting job opposite Ted Ginn Jr. this year, but that's frankly more a statement on the sad state of the Miami receiving corps than Camarillo suddenly becoming a major weapon on offense. The truth is that Camarillo is a good, dependable wide receiver who logically should be a No. 3 or No. 4 wideout.
ML: Ronnie Brown caught everyone's attention in Week 3 when he had a hand in five touchdowns against the New England Patriots. Would you rate that as a breakout game or an anomaly?
AP: It's not a breakout game for so many reasons, the first being that he's had success before. Remember, he was leading the NFL in yards from scrimmage last year at the time he tore his ACL. In the first two games this season, neither he nor Ricky Williams could run the ball because the offensive line couldn't create any room. He's obviously not going to have many games like that the rest of the way, but the running game still remains the Dolphins' biggest weapon on offense.
QB Chad Pennington
AP: Not likely. As mentioned in the previous answer, what the Dolphins do best offensively is run the ball and their two best players on that side -- by far -- are Brown and Williams. The Dolphins want to throw enough to keep defenses from stacking the line and have had success getting the ball to the tight end, but as far as chucking it downfield all afternoon, not gonna happen.
ML: The Chargers have been shredded by opposing tight ends every game this season. Do you believe Anthony Fasano will keep that trend alive?
AP: Look back at the previous answer, and you'll see that I would say yes. Fasano has been a find for the Dolphins this season and has caught everything thrown his way. He's been easily the team's best receiver so far this season and I definitely would expect him to be busy on Sunday.
ML: With all eyes on top overall pick Jake Long, how has former first-round pick Vernon Carey performed on the other side? How do you forecast his matchup against Shaun Phillips?
AP: Carey has been this season what he has been since joining the Dolphins in 2004, which is solid, nothing more, nothing less. Speed rushers have given him problems in the past, so he figures to have his hands full with Shaun Phillips, although I would expect he'd be given some help from time to time.